Here's a list:


Here's a list: Movies You Should Rent Because Chances Are, You Haven't Seen Them Yet. In my case, the author is at least half-right (I haven't seen any of them), so I'll have to find out about the other half (whether or not they're worth renting).

How to Steal A Million is indeed a great film. None of the special effects and high excitement we like today (like in entrapment) and a little overly-mushy at times, but still excellent. I'm going to have to check out the others.

That's good to hear. Let me know what you think of the rest. I think the next thing I rent is going to be Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (I'm trying o-so-hard to become handy, so I expect I'll relate).

Blandings is one of my all-time favorite movies! Keep in mind, though, that it's not a comedy, it's an educational documentary. If I had known that before buying a house, I would have gone to Tahiti instead. (As I sit here in half a house, giggling insanely everytime someone mentions lintles or lallies, and repeating over and over "How much? How much?

We liked it too! Although I have to admit that it made me absolutely crazy that Blandings before having signed anything, agreed to pay much more than the property was worth. I mean, he found out he was getting robbed before being legally committed, and then proceeded with being robbed rather than negociating even a little bit. After that, it was hard for me to have much sympathy for our hero. :)